[OpenAFS] ssh and afs

Derek Atkins warlord@MIT.EDU
03 May 2002 13:35:56 -0400

Use krb5 and v5-TGT passing.  Then use pam-openafs-session to convert
your v5 TGT into an AFS tokens (via aklog).


Daniel Blakeley <daniel@ccmr.cornell.edu> writes:

> Hi,
> We're having some problems integrating openssh with AFS.  We want
> users to login to one machine and be able to login to other machines
> in the cell without typing a password and they should have an AFS
> token.  The lastest version of openssh doesn't seem to pass tokens
> like the version 1.x did.  We are running the kaserver but Krb5 is not
> far in the future.  What is the proper way to have a single sign on
> with a recent version of openssh?
> Thanks,
> - Daniel
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